Lucy is upset. Bullies at her primary school are making her life a misery and she doesn't know why they are doing it. She wants it to stop and she doesn't know what to do. As soon as she walks into the classroom, people call out,
"Here comes the clever girl."
"Have you been doing your equations Lucy?"
The bullies are in her class so they always watch her. She can't help being inteligent though.
One day, the person that was being bullied thought that this time it was going to stop. So when she came to school the next day she ignored the rude comments, and just sat down. When it was playtime she was going to strike. The morning went slowly and Hannah couldn't concentrate in her lessons but finally playtime came. As usual the bullies rounded up on her and called her names but Lucy said,
"Why are you doing this to me? You wouldn't like it if someone did it to you, so think about it. Is it really worth it?"
The horrible people thought about it. Hannah was right.
Now a month later, the girl that was bullied has friends, best friends, and she doesn't ever worry about school.